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    Starting from scratch

    Last year I built a SCCM 2012 server, I got the basics done then thought 'I'll go back to it when I get a moment'...of course that moment never came round!

    So this week I want to start from scratch, get SCCM in place then create a image from scratch etc.

    Anyway can I scrap my existing SCCM 2012 server and build a new one without any impact? I remember making several changes to the AD etc when installing it before! Also can I build it on a Windows 2012 R2 server for use in a Server 2008 R2 / Windows 7 domain?

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    You can do and just need to remove the old computer from the system container in AD. You will also need to change the permissions on that container for the new server you create.

    You can then just push out the client from new server

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